Marvin Andrews stays at Wrexham

Former Rangers defender Marvin Andrews has penned a new deal to stay at Wrexham.

The Trinidad and Tobago cap signed a five-month contract with Dean Saunders' Conference National outfit in August, but has now extended that agreement until the end of the season. The 35-year-old ex-Raith Rovers stopper began last season in the SPL with Hamilton, but made only two appearances for Accies before spending the second half of the campaign at Queen of the South.

He said: "I have enjoyed my first few months at Wrexham and we seem to be building something special here."